Investigation of flux formulae in transonic shock wave/turbulent boundary layer interaction

D. Drikakis, F. Durst

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Abstract

The aim of the present study is to examine the accuracy and improvement of various numerical methods in the solution of the transonic shock/turbulent boundary layer interaction problem and to show that a significant source of numerical inaccuracies in turbulent flows is not only the inadequacy of the turbulence model but also the numerical discretization. Comparisons between a Riemann solver and a flux-vector-splitting method as well as between various numerical high-order extrapolation schemes with corresponding experimental results are presented.
LanguageEnglish
Pages385-413
Number of pages29
JournalInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids
Volume18
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 1994

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Turbulent Boundary Layer
Turbulence models
Extrapolation
Shock Waves
Shock waves
Turbulent flow
Numerical methods
Boundary layers
Fluxes
Interaction
Riemann Solver
Splitting Method
Turbulence Model
Turbulent Flow
Shock
Discretization
Numerical Methods
Higher Order
Experimental Results

Keywords

  • algorithms
  • boundary value problem
  • mathematical models
  • numerical methods
  • shock waves
  • flux formulae
  • flux vector splitting method
  • Riemann solver
  • transonic shock wave
  • turbulent flow
  • transonic turbulent flows
  • flux-splitting methods

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